Public Meeting for Hospitality & Low Paid Workers
Organisation: Unite the Union
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Joan Collins, Paul Gavan, Dave Gibney, Cieran Perry
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Public Meeting for Hospitality & Low Paid Workers

Know your rights and learn to get what you are entitled to and more
End the race to the bottom Make Dublin a living wage city - a union city

Wednesday 16th October 7:30 PM Wynn’s Hotel

Speakers: Joan Collins TD, Senator Paul Gavan, Dave Gibney Mandate, Cieran Perry (Communities Against Low Pay), Julia Marciniak (Hospitality worker)

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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution

3rd May 2021

This is a Unite Hospitality poster for a Public Meeting for Hospitality and Low Paid Workers, hosted at Wynn’s Hotel and with Joan Collins TD, Dave Gibney of Mandate, Cllr Cieran Perry (Communities Against Low Pay) and Julia Marciniak (Hospitality Worker).

Many thanks to Marcus O Cadain for forwarding this and other public meeting posters to the Archive.


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